Van Morrison - Ballerina
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Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 12:35:44 -0800 (PST) From: aaron
Subject: m/morrison_van/ballerina.crd Artist: Van Morrison Song: Ballerina Album: Astral Weeks (1968) Writer: Van Morrison Tabbed by a little soul A surprisingly frisky, Dylan-like ballad from side two of 'Astral Weeks', rather out of place on that side but fitting in well with the more upbeat numbers on the first one. Probably recorded at the end of the session that produced the album, this song has Van's obviously out-of-tune guitar gradually overshadowed by lovely, Motown-like honking saxes and more wonderful bass and guitar from Richard Davis and Jay Berliner respectively. Tuning: Standard (EADGBE) Time: 4/4 Chords: G - 320003 C - X32010 D - XX0232 These chords are the same, of course, as 'Cyprus Avenue', but without the capo, and 'Madame George', which immediately precedes it on the album. Okay, let's start! Intro: G C (2 bars) (repeated several times) Verse: G (4 bars) C (2 bars) D (4 bars) C (4 bars) G (G bars) C (2 bars) G (4 bars) D (4 bars) C (4 bars) G (2 bars) C (2 bars) G (4 bars) (several times for each verse, usually twice) Chorus: For the 'ring the bell/step right up' sections, it's just a D chord held for many bars till another G - C release, like the intro, followed by a D C G progression. There are slight variations - especially in the last verse - but Van never confuses things by throwing in a fourth chord or anything. :) With the whole thing repeated often. The coda basically goes D C G. And that's all! Send me an email at email@example.com if you'd like more information.